[PVE-User] Recovery Disaster - What is the best practice...?

Yannis Milios yannis.milios at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 10:25:56 CET 2017


Your question is quite generic because it depends how you have configured
your PVE, what will be the storage backends etc.
I will assume that you have one PVE server with VMs stored in a local
storage like LVM or ZFS. You have a NAS as well where you store the backups
of these VMs (full backups).NAS is configured on PVE as a  NFS target.
So if your PVE server dies, the only thing needed is to mount NAS as NFS
target on the new PVE server and just retore the backups there. That could
take some time depending on the size of VMs.

Yannis


On Thu, 26 Jan 2017 at 00:09, Leonardo Dourado <
leonardo.dourado at itrace.com.br> wrote:

> Hi All!
>
> Can someone please advise what is the best procedure in case of recovery
> disaster?
>
> My scenario is:
> I have a PVE Server running a few machines, I also have a NAS with some
> disks... I wanna point to that NAS the backup of these machines (in a way I
> can recover them in another server in case of hardware failure).
>
> I see on PVE the Backup service, I am not sure if I have to recover a
> whole VM to another server that is the proper service, it looks too simple
> (mostly snapshots).
> My plan is have Proxmox as a main server for VMs so, I have to think about
> "if my hardware fails", what can I do to move the machines to another
> server...
>
> Much appreciated,
> Leonardo D.
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